General Meeting

General Meeting and Uncategorized01 Jan 2019 11:18 am

Happy New Year to all our neighbors! Due to the holiday, our Monthly Meeting will be tomorrow, Wednesday, January 2nd at 6:30 pm at South Philadelphia Older Adult Center (SPOAC), 1430 E. Passyunk Ave.

Hear updates on projects in the neighborhood and how to get involved with communications, beautification, clean streets, education, and other initiatives.

Topics on this month’s agenda include:

  • Update on the development of the Municipal Services Complex (11th and Wharton Streets)
  • Meet our new South District Planner, Ayse Unver
  • Neighborhood Slow Zone application – discussion of PSCA support
  • John Digiulio from the Philadelphia Water Department to answer questions about projects in the neighborhood

PSCA General Meetings are typically the First Tuesday of every month 6:30pm at South Philadelphia Older Adult Center and are preceded by the PSA-3 3rd District Police Meeting.

General Meeting05 Sep 2017 06:04 am

At South Philadelphia Older Adult Center

Join us for our first General Meeting of the season. Hear all about what’s coming up this fall in the neighborhood including back-to-school supply drives, clean ups, zoning meetings, tree plantings and our Home Tour on Oct. 7.

Our speakers will be:
Solarize Philly to tell neighbors how they can get solar panels for their roofs:
Clean PHL‘s Nic Esposito to talk about and resources to help neighbors to keep their blocks clean:

Our General Meetings are held the first Tuesday of every month at SPOAC. Come out and meet your neighbors and get involved. See you tonight!

General Meeting and Newsletter03 Jan 2016 04:51 pm


Our next monthly general meeting is Tuesday, January 5, at 6:30 pm at the South Philadelphia Older Adult Center (SPOAC) at 1430 E. Passyunk Ave. SPOAC is the home for all of our general meetings, which occur on the first Tuesday of every month, except July and August when there are no general meetings.

Love the murals in our area? Our featured speaker of the evening will be PSCA neighbor and local artist David Guinn. David will speak about the art project coming to Percy Street.